Pitt County is located along the beautiful Tar River in Eastern North Carolina’s Inner Banks, approximately 85 miles from Raleigh or the Atlantic Ocean. The area’s numerous waterways offer opportunities for boating, kayaking, fishing, hiking, camping, and birding. The community is also fortunate to have one of the most extensive recreation and greenway systems in the region, including 324 acre River Park North, the Greenville Town Common, and Greenville Greenway System, which residents can enjoy during all four seasons every year thanks to our relatively mild climate. With nearly 300 years of history and culture, residents can find museums, historic sites, unique architecture, and artifacts that tell the story of Greenville-Pitt County from before the American Revolution up to the present day.
Its excellent affordability, geographic location, and natural resources, combined with cultural, economic, educational, and medical amenities make Greenville-Pitt County a preferred destination for business and leisure travelers, and a wonderful place to live, work, and play!